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Which music app do you enjoy the most?

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Music MoneySaving
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  • Kevin5566Kevin5566 Forumite
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    I use Spotify and iTunes
  • bolistonboliston Forumite
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    i use quodlibet which seems to work quite well https://quodlibet.readthedocs.io/en/latest/#
  • edited 20 April 2019 at 11:11AM
    scofficialscofficial Forumite
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    edited 20 April 2019 at 11:11AM
    I am using savan,spotify and gaana app . I can make my own playlist on this app without paying anything.
  • I enjoy Spotify the most.
  • ChrisK....._3ChrisK....._3 Forumite
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    I prefer to use Google music app which has all my music 8000+ tracks CDs already on it. I can play anything just by asking Google assistant, even when I'm driving. No downloading, no streaming no lag, no internet connection needed and NO SUBSCRIPTION FEES
    If I ruled the world.......
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  • AnaGrayAnaGray Forumite
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    I used Spotify, but then I discovered that Spotify doesn´t store my music in the cloud. Spotify is letting me access whatever I have already stored on my device. With Apple music that´s not the case. Thatś why I converted my playlists with musconv to Apple.  I think I´ve made a good long term decision.
  • SteveOkSteveOk Forumite
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    None, I just rip them off youtube and transfer the files to my phone by USB cable.
    But that is quite complex. There are so many great apps out there today that you can lesten everything for free.
  • GabiBGabiB Forumite
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    Love Spotify on my iPad and laptop, hate on my iPhone.
    Youtube music very good when on a free trial but free version patchy,
    Apple Music, absolutely excellent, loved my 3 months free.
    Will try Deezer (free trial) when back at school. 
    Be positive!
  • GabiBGabiB Forumite
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    I’ve been going through free or cheap trials of all of them. So far I’ve done:

    Spotify (3 months for £1)
    Apple Music (Free for 4 months)
    Google Play (Free for 3 months)
    Amazon Music Unlimited (4 months for £1)
    Deezer (Free for 3 months)
    Tidal (Free for 4 months)

    My Tidal subscription expires in February, after which I’ve got Napster, Qobuz and YouTube Music to try out. So far I’ve managed 21 months of free music streaming though.

    In my opinion they’re all decent services and apps, but I’d say the best are:

    Amazon Music Unlimited - for choice. I’ve never not found a track I wanted, whereas the others have all had some gaps.

    Apple Music - for iPhone/iPad integration. Obviously not relevant if you’re on an Android device.

    Deezer - for best app. Nicely laid out, easy to find what you need and very intuitive to use.

    My advice? Wait for deals and try them out. Enjoy.
    Do this myself (to the envy of my mates) absolutely brilliant idea (if organised). I’ve done YouTube Music and Apple Music, will do Deezer when back at school.
    Be positive!
  • THEV1LL4NTHEV1LL4N Forumite
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    I’ve been going through free or cheap trials of all of them. So far I’ve done:

    Spotify (3 months for £1)
    Apple Music (Free for 4 months)
    Google Play (Free for 3 months)
    Amazon Music Unlimited (4 months for £1)
    Deezer (Free for 3 months)
    Tidal (Free for 4 months)

    My Tidal subscription expires in February, after which I’ve got Napster, Qobuz and YouTube Music to try out. So far I’ve managed 21 months of free music streaming though.

    In my opinion they’re all decent services and apps, but I’d say the best are:

    Amazon Music Unlimited - for choice. I’ve never not found a track I wanted, whereas the others have all had some gaps.

    Apple Music - for iPhone/iPad integration. Obviously not relevant if you’re on an Android device.

    Deezer - for best app. Nicely laid out, easy to find what you need and very intuitive to use.

    My advice? Wait for deals and try them out. Enjoy.
    You should mention Tidal for sound quality (but you wouldn't know that having only used the free version; and also Google Play Music/YouTube Music for it's accurate music recommendations.  They appear to have the most accurate recommendations based on listening history, likes and location - much better than any other service.
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